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Female coworker of mine was miserable at work
one day. I asked her what was wrong...she told
me it was her anniversary, and she knew her
husband had forgotten. She had pre-teen girls at
home during summer vacation....l knew her home
phone number (pre-cell phone era). I called her
home phone and one kid picked up. Explained to
the kid who I was and that she needed to call Dad
at work and remind him it was Mom and Dad's
anniversary....and don't tell Mom OR Dad I called.
The next day she was all smiles, gosh he DID
remember, brought home flowers and took her to
dinner. Mission Accomplished. Not a word was
ever said about this....
Until 6 years later, when she left the company.
She gave me a hug at a farewell luncheon, and
whispered "my kids ratted you out. Thank you".
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    • Ngl, some of the best friends/people you’ll meet are the co-workers at part time jobs.
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    • That’s awesome. All it takes are small random acts of kindness to make people’s whole days get turned around.
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    • This is actually really sweet considering its from rddit
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    • I’m the youngest in my office and it is a joy to get to listen to the old ladies rattle on about their day or show me pictures of their grandkids. Sometimes I’ll help them with something on the computer or fix the label machine and they’re so grateful.
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    • Awww. I love this. I had a really good buddy at work I miss. Dude taught me like, everything. Could instantly tell if something was wrong. Him and the assistant manager. Hated the work, but those guys were great
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    • If I was in a relationship I would forget a lot. My memory is absolute dogshit. I can't even remedy what I ate last night
      Hellbow 29 jun
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    • All it takes is a random act of kindness
      B4SIK 29 jun
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    • She would have gotten away with it too if it weren't for those meddling kids.
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    • now that’s a good post
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    • Whenever I'm having a really bad day I try to do something randomly kind for someone/anyone and it always helps make me feel better.
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    • :)
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    • iFurry 29 jun
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    • AWESOME! 😂💞
      missnay 29 jun
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    • My wife's best friend had always called her to wish her happy birthday. The last couple years, her friend had a kid, so I texted her to remind her
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    • Plot twist: She divorced her husband and she developed feelings for the co-worker. The company has strict rule against dating a co-worker that’s why she quit.
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    • I started dating my fiance on march 5th in 2016, we are getting married March 6th. Both of us agreed we didnt want a ton of dates to remember and that 1-2 days next to each other was perfect
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    • Just a little story when I was working at a cafe. We had a girl walk in who would come very frequently usually with like her bf or best friend (s) or by herself. One day she comes in and she's all like sour and depressed ya get it. Well as expected her bf broke up with her and even tho I barely(Con)
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    • Good to know there’s still people like this in the world
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    • That’s really wholesome of him to do that for her tho without expecting anything in return, I hope it’s true
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    • i just quit my work because the CEO sexually assaulted another girl instructor (we worked at a place that helped middle school and high school students with SHSAT, SAT, or AP classes). the instructors including me are mostly college students and the CEO is in his 40s and he assaulted one of us so...
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    • I’m gonna be honest. Idk how you could forget a marriage anniversary. Like you committed to be with this person for the rest of your life and you’re gonna forget the date you did it? Doesn’t make sense to me.
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    • Me and my wife both forgot our 8 year anniversary. We just so happened to be hanging out with family and everyone was talking about how long they had been together then they asked us. We thought about it for a minute and then we were both like oh shit happy anniversary babe lol
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    • spiarmf 29 jun
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    • Kids are assholes
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    • TL:DR Co-worker warned a guy about his wife's anniversary. 6 years later, the wife knew all along and thanked him.
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    • Ya boi probably saved a marriage
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    • TL;DR guy told her husband it was anniversary so that his co worker would smash her husband
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    • Jesus smiled at you. 👍🏻🧡
      Dirty_Kat 30 jun
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    • Fucking legend
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    • An unforgettable luncheon
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    • Nice
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    • then they fucked
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    • Its true. I was the rat
      Papillion 29 jun
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    • Shoulda fucked her bro
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    • Female? Not real story guys
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    • I’ve never understood why it’s the mans responsibility to celebrate the anniversary. Why don’t the husband and wife work together and come up with something extra special?
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    • Phexal 29 jun
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    • Sure. Thank the man who had to remind your "soul mate" of your anniversary. Seems like you married the wrong person
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    • Madonna suffers from brontophobia, which is the fear of thunder.
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    • How the fuck would you remember something dumb like this for six years?
      Shrektaro 29 jun
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    • Wholesome. Fuckin snitch ass kids
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    • Very funny!
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    • *Calls Anakin*
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    • kids
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    • You would rather be miserable and mad at your husband. Why don’t you just remind him yourself? Maybe he’s kinda busy at work.
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    • I'm waiting for the punchline?
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    • This person probably saved her marriage.
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    • Simp
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    • Very wholesome
      YoWut 2 jul
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    • Fuck them kids
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    • I miss my old job. My old coworker was younger than me and had terrible politics, but she was a good kid. Nice to all customers and just an over all good person. We may not have agreed on a lot of things, but she was the best damn coworker I ever worked with.
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    • Not all heroes wear cape
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    • That's very wholesome
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    • Can’t trust kids with shit man.
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    • Ah wow its my parents anniversary tomorrow and my dad has yet to menion it, pretty sure he's forgotten too
      Zeref 2 jul
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    • There is a difference between being a good and a nice person. Nice people except something I return. Good people do it out of the kindness in their heart. Know the difference and don’t be a cuck.
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    • Cuuuuute Thankyou for sharing it’s nice to have a brake from the monotony
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    • Luckily me and my girl forget what day it is exactly so we just said fuck it and now we both can never forget because man how do you forget such a collosal fuck up like that?
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    • This is the news i want to hear
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    • There are so many good people out there we just only hear about the bad ones
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    • GODDAMNIT IM THE ONLY ONE!?!
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    • And then they fucked
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    • And then we nugged
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    • If someone whispers that to me 6 years after something happened I would not know wtf they were talking about. Fake.
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    • My comment is 666
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    • You never know how far a small, simple act of kindness can go for someone
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    • Love hearing about stuff that never happened
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    • I get the sentimentality but i wouldn't want a co worker making unsolicited calls to my children, that's creepy
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    • A shoulder to cry on is a dick to ride on my friends. She belong to the streets. Lemme catch my girl hugging a coworker smh
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    • Fake
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    • AAAAAAAAAND he hit that at some point.....
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    • Ill never be able to comprehend how some people can just forget their anniversary. Like damn.
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    • It still be sad if I knew that my significant other only did it because some random stranger reminded them
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    • You expect me to read this garbage
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    • Very nice
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    • Snitches get stitches
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    • But did they have a good relationship?
      LustHole 1 jul
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    • smh snitches but it’s still wholesome asf
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    • very wholesome
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    • Quality content
      DLWolf 1 jul
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    • No exceptions redditard
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    • I always see posts about people paying it foward and paying for other people meals I just wanna say until that happens to me I anit doing shit
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    • My bf’s birthday is our anniversary so it’s easy to remember thankfully lol but this is so wholesome
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    • Then they fucked.
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    • Now see I like that, that’s a good post.
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    • That’s a good coworker
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    • Good coworkers make work so much better
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    • Dumbass kids
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